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Three-dimensional Design *FEES PAYABLE* at Clifton College

Course description

The Three Dimensional Design syllabus at AS and A2 is concerned with the generation and development of product design ideas using appropriate observational, research and drawing skills and the practical realisation of product design concepts using workshop based skills and processes in woods, metals and plastics.

The Three Dimensional Design course at AS and A2 is for those who wish to continue their studies in the field of designing and making. It is available to students who have achieved at least a grade B in either Design Technology, Ceramics or Art.

Course content

The AS and A2 courses follow the Edexcel Art and Design – Three Dimensional Design: Product Design specifications 8TD01 and 9TD01 respectively.

These place considerable emphasis on investigative, experimental and creative practical work, allowing students to involve themselves in in-depth studies of designing and making in personal, contemporary and historical contexts and to build on the creative and practical skills that they began to develop at GCSE.

Prospective candidates should be aware that the course in Three-Dimensional Design does require a heavy and time consuming commitment to coursework. 

Assessment

AS Modules

1. Art and Design

Course work, internally set and marked, externally moderated, 60% of AS, 30% of A Level

2. Art and Design

Externally set assignment, externally set, internally marked, externally moderatedd, 40% of AS, 20% of A Level

 

A2 Modules

3. Art and Design

Coursework, practical work and personal study, internally set and marked, externally moderated, 30% of A Level

4. Art and Design

Externally set assignment, externally set, internally marked, externally moderated, 20% of A Level

Financial information

**FEES PAYABLE**

Please ensure that you understand that course fees will be payable before submitting your application.

Further information

Clifton has a well equipped Design department that includes design studios, a computer room with Graphics and CAD programs, a scanner, digital cameras and A3 colour printers, CNC (computer controlled) manufacturing equipment and a large practical workshop fitted out for the making of products in wood, metals and plastics. There are also two 3D printers and a 3D pen for rapid prototyping.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Clifton College directly.

Last updated date: 02 June 2015
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 or 2 years

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    • ATTENTION: Please ensure that you understand that course fees will be payable before submitting your application.